Here is a list of stocks shaking up the markets today, with particular focus on NASDAQ and OTC small caps. The top gainers based on percentage:
ETST 29.63% – News: Announces new wholly owned subsidiary, Cannabis Therapeutics, Inc.
HTCO 24.10% – News: Accumulates close to $12M in prospective sales for its “grow.droid” platform
FNBC 15.13% – News: Appoints new CEO
NWBO 12.47% – News: Provides an update on phase III trial of DCVax®-L
SIRC 12.32% – News: Supports the non-profit organization GRID Alternatives
JTPY 11.07% – News: Enters agreement with the Office of the Illinois State Treasurer to become the payment processor for its E-Pay program
ARGS 10.71% – News: CEO to present at BIO CEO and Investor Conference on February 13
INFI 10.43% – News: Participating in panel at BIO CEO and Investor Conference on February 13
CNAT 9.66% – News: Presenting at BIO CEO and Investor Conference on February 13
ARCK 7.57% – News: Enters non-binding LOI to acquire Yobe Frozen Yogurt
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